Bird and animal symbolism are a strong feature of my work, in the landscape; one is not present without the other."
Henrietta's prints, ceramics and paintings, rich in textures and simple forms, are full of such totemic creatures. Horses and birds stand, or are forged, in the abstracted landscape. While her imagery has a timeless quality, recalling animals carved into chalk hills or on a cave wall, her bold compositions and sophisticated mark making demonstrate the confidence of an artist at the height of her powers.
Having studied fine art at Wolverhampton Polytechnic under Anish Kapoor and Nicola Hicks, Henrietta has become one of Leicestershire's most widely recognised artists, winning numerous awards including 'Printmakers Printmaker' from Printfest and AA2A 'Artist of the Year 2014.